Second Self Beer Co. Releases "Havana Nights" Guava Sour

Second Self Beer Co. Releases "Havana Nights" Guava SourFrom Second Self:

Guava Flavor Profile Inspired by Second Self

Cofounder Jason Santamaria’s Cuban Family Roots

Second Self Beer Company, the Atlanta, Georgia-based craft brewery, will release its newest offering Havana Nights (4.6% ABV) in June. A guava sour inspired by Co-founder Jason Santamaria’s Cuban heritage and crafted to be enjoyed on hot summer nights, the Berliner Weisse is fermented with fresh pink guava puree for a sour yet refreshing citrus finish with a pink hue.

Havana Nights will be available on draft June 9th at Second Self’s taproom in Atlanta (1317 Logan Circle NW), and on draft and in cans in bars and restaurants throughout Georgia and Alabama later in the month. The vibrant can artwork was designed by Tex Grubbs to reflect the Cuban inspiration behind the beer, as Jason Santamaria grew up with a love for the fresh guava found in his favorite desserts and savory dishes.

Suggested pairings for Havana Nights include Cuban sandwiches, maduros, watermelon salad, and goat cheese.

ABOUT SECOND SELF BEER COMPANY

With over a decade of brewing experience, Second Self's Co-Founders Jason Santamaria and Chris Doyle released their highly acclaimed beers to the public in fall 2014. Second Self's beers are brewed with fresh ingredients like blue ginger and lemongrass (never dried ingredients or extracts), and each beer is designed to be paired with food. Last year, Second Self opened an expanded taproom at their Westside brewery located at 1317 Logan Circle NW, Atlanta, GA. The craft brewery has been nationally recognized by Food & Wine, DRAFT Magazine, Beer Advocate, Fortune, Paste Magazine and many more.

Here’s the full label:

Second Self Havana Night

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